four steps to attracting more good luck

The Luck Agency rips apart the angle that luck is something that aloof happens. Dr. Wiseman reports on over three age of scientific inquiry into what is generally considered the most unscientific topic of all. However, Dr. Wiseman suggests another astuteness for the absence of scientific research into luck:

“The bearings is akin to the aged adventure of the man who knows he dropped some treasure in one allotment of the street but searches in another allotment as the ablaze is bigger there.”

Dr. Wiseman’s central thesis is that luck can be predicted and accordingly controlled. He offers four “principles of luck”, then explains how we can harness these principles to alive luckier lives. The four principles are:

  1. Maximize your chance opportunities

  2. Listen to your lucky hunches

  3. Expect acceptable fortune

  4. Turn bad luck into acceptable

The Luck Agency is everything that a psychology book should be. It details research conducted by the author, as able-bodied as research from abundant other psychologists. Abounding of the experiments Dr. Wiseman referenced were already accepted to me, as I had referenced them in my own book, Climb your Stairway to Heaven: the 9 habits of maximum beatitude.

At the selfsame age, Dr. Wiseman makes the psychological research completely accessible to the average reader, both buttoned up the statement of plain speech and by manufacture his points buttoned up quizzes and visual puzzles.

I accord this book a abnormal ten out of ten, and predict it could be the ace self-advice/psychology book of 2003. I can’t anticipate of any astuteness not to buy this book immediately.

David Leonhardt is The Blessed Guy, author of “Climb your Stairway to Heaven: the 9 habits of maximum beatitude”. Peruse added self-advice book reviews at in the Self-actualization Resource Center, or sign up for his chargeless online Blessed Class.

Originall posted August 13, 2012